2012 Scripting Games Blog Roll

2012 Scripting Games Blog Roll

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Summary: The Scripting Wife reveals the blogs she has been reading to stay current for the 2012 Scripting Games.

Good afternoon,

I had some free time this afternoon, and I wanted to say a few words about the 2012 Scripting Games.

This seems like a Grammy Award speech. But seriously, who do I thank first, the fans( the Windows PowerShell community), the songwriters ( the expert commentators), the musicians (the participants in the Scripting Games), the judges (speaks for itself), the Sponsors (also speaks for itself)? Oh wait I left one out: the media certainly does not need any explanation. Without further ado, (drumroll please...) THANK YOU for all you do to make the 2012 Scripting Games a success.

This also got me to thinking about the media portion. I have been seeing tweets about judges who are writing blog posts about what they are seeing in the submissions. I thought maybe you would like to have a blog roll for that list. (I would rather have a yeast roll, especially today while I am on this low carbohydrate diet, but I would not rather have anything else to top this list). As always, I am afraid I will omit someone by sheer forgetfulness...that is your cue to gently remind me or smack me in the head if I have left you out, and Ed will go back and edit this post.

Here are the judges from the 2012 Scripting Games who have been writing about their experiences in grading the hundreds of scripts. In addition to the posts by the Scripting Guy, you should also check out these blogs.

Bartek Bielawski

Jeffery Hicks

Don Jones

Richard Siddaway

Thomas Lee

Boe Prox

Thanks again to everyone. We exist in an awesome PowerShell community.

~Scripting Wife

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  • Hi Teresa, You have PowerShell poets too :)

    solarplex.us/.../New-Poem.ps1

  • @Matt Painter I like it. Thanks for sharing. Good luck

  • @Matt Painter Yes, I was really proud of the Scripting Wife for doing this.